The whole-of-government agreement will provide Australian government agencies with easier and cheaper access to third-party software support
The government has outlined its plans for a new points-based immigration system to ensure only skilled workers can enter the UK – but what does the technology sector think?
Global networking comms tech provider Huawei unveils first in end-to-end optical connectivity for ultra-high bandwidth and ultra-low latency in enterprise applications
Japanese mobile operator works with Nordic comms tech giants for cloud-based solutions to support standalone 5G network
New chancellor Rishi Sunak has moved to assure business leaders that HMRC will not be heavy-handed in enforcing the new IR35 rules
Analyst ABI Research predicts standalone virtual reality applications to be the main driver of substantial growth as the market strikes right balance between price, performance and ease of setup
CISOs are struggling to stitch together disparate cyber security products and services – Cisco believes its cloud-native SecureX platform will change their working lives for the better
At RSA Conference 2020, Cisco unveiled SecureX, which integrates the vendor's security portfolio into a single platform with enhanced visibility and automation.
Cisco SecureX, unveiled at RSA, provides centralized intelligence from all the vendor's security products. Also at RSA, Juniper adds encrypted traffic analysis to the Juniper ATP Cloud.
Security vendor widens its ecosystem by adding more alliance partners and developers
The Estonian government is working on a project that will ultimately allow citizens to ask Siri, Alexa or almost any other virtual digital assistant to interact with government departments on their behalf
Vonage customers can now access the Microsoft Teams phone-calling feature using their business phone service
First half of 2020 will likely be much weaker than expected for the 5G smartphone market, but a strong bounce-back is possible in second half of the year if the coronavirus spread is brought under control
Channel firm casts an eye over the current extent of mobile working and the consequences for customers
Open Cybersecurity Alliance announces the availability of OpenDXL Ontology, the first open source language for connecting disparate security tools through a common messaging framework
A study by the Royal United Services Institute makes a number of recommendations for how police algorithms can be kept in check
Credit Karma's vice president of engineering explains why and how the personal finance service is using the GraphQL data query technology to support its growing business.
President Donald Trump arrived in office promising to reform the H-1B visa program. But his actions have fallen short of what reformers wanted and went too far for IT services firms.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange ‘put lives of US informants at risk’ by publishing unredacted documents, lawyers for the US argued at the first day of a week-long extradition hearing
US government’s attempt to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to face espionage charges in the US is politically motivated and an abuse of process, court told
Thailand’s National Institute of Development Administration is offering a certification programme to get organisations ready for the country’s data protection regime
Acquisition of Light Point Security will extend the capabilities of multiple McAfee products
Cyber criminals are offering various services and tax refunds that purport to be from the DVLA
The Department for Education publishes apps featuring innovations such as artificial intelligence aimed at helping parents to use technology to create positive learning environments
While Xerox gets ready to oust the HP Inc board, the company used its Q2 earnings call to announce a multi-year value creation plan
Data leaks caused by misconfigured clouds are being compounded because security teams lack appropriate automation and integration tools, according to a report
New roles at tech hub in Dublin will include professionals with expertise in artificial intelligence, cyber security, blockchain and user experience
The UK government faces accusations of neglecting its duties handling the Post Office as pressure mounts in Parliament for justice for the subpostmasters who suffered due to faults in the Horizon IT system
More than 123 million records were accidentally exposed on an unsecured ElasticSearch server
Managed service player has launched its own cloud infrastructure to meet expanding customer needs
Enterprise cloud player is looking for SMB growth across EMEA and views the channel as key to its ambitions
Chinese tech giant unveils 5G smartphones, tablets, chipsets, AI, Wi-Fi 6, routers, chipsets and cameras that it was set to announce at the cancelled Mobile World Congress
The pharmacy chain is trialling the service, underpinned by Doctor Care Anywhere technology, in 20 London stores
A study from PwC shows that executives are keen to operationalise artificial intelligence, but few are ensuring that their data and data models are up to scratch
In the Computer Weekly/TechTarget IT Priorities survey cloud dominates storage spending priorities for 2020, but on-premise technologies such as SAN and NAS are still key to IT
Google tells users of Huawei devices to try to avoid bypassing controls preventing them from loading its apps
In an RSA Conference 2020 session, FBI agent Joel DeCapua revealed how much money has been paid in ransoms, what the most pervasive ransomware variants are and more.
At RSA Conference, Colorado CISO Deborah Blyth gave an inside look at the state's response and recovery effort following a devastating SamSam ransomware infection in 2018.
Mirantis adds engineering staff and revives Docker Swarm as it plans to do battle in container orchestration against Red Hat, Pivotal and Docker itself.
For more than a decade, Renasant Bank has partnered with Citrix to accommodate growth without a drastic IT staff increase.
New models include Intel 10th Gen vPro CPUs and, on select models, AMD Ryzen 4000 Pro CPUs. Wi-Fi 6, ThinkShield and modern standby are also featured in the new models.
In his RSA Conference keynote, Rohit Ghai didn't say much about his company's sale to a private equity firm, instead urging attendees to focus on the 'human element' of security.
Databricks Ingest entered a public preview in a move by Databricks to enable a lakehouse that combines the best features of the data lake and data warehouse models.
Dell will offer monthly VxRail subscriptions in hopes of appealing to customers that want a more flexible way to create and pay for hybrid and private cloud environments.
Kioxia's new performance-boosting PCIe 4.0 enterprise SSDs add support for NVMe 1.4 and U.3 universal backplane specs, join Samsung models offering a maximum capacity of 30.72 TB.
With new Google Drive integration, Adobe embeds free features for commenting and annotating PDFs inside Google Docs. Acrobat subscribers can create, sign and modify PDFs, too.
Julian Assange phoned the White House to warn officials that unredacted cables published on the web posed a risk to lives, a court heard yesterday
Securiti.ai, which offers an AI-powered 'PrivacyOps' platform, took home the title of 'Most Innovative Startup' at RSA Conference's Innovation Sandbox Contest.
The tech industry has risen to the challenge of helping enterprises ease their transition to hybrid cloud, but issues remain
Met Police commissioner has called for legislative framework to govern police use of new technologies, while defending the decision to use live facial recognition technology operationally without it
Networking technology and services giant Cisco announces mobility systems aimed at helping service providers drive revenue and profitability from 5G infrastructure
Acquisition of Blue Cube Networks made to bolster the range of the services managed technology provider Calteq can offer
Prime minister Boris Johnson appears to commit to a public inquiry into the Post Office scandal over its accounting system, but government is yet to offer any details
UK entrepreneurs are registering businesses in Estonia to make sure they can continue to trade freely in the EU
Minor data breach at the Financial Conduct Authority was the result of simple human error, and highlights the need for organisations to consider a wide range of potential threats
Research reveals that future looks bright for enterprises embracing 5G technology, though with cost of implementation and security issues recognised along with huge potential
Dynamic Parameters and Viz Animations highlight Tableau's first 2020 platform update and comes nearly four months after Salesforce's acquisition of Tableau closed.
Samsung, Verizon, Motorola Mobility and Qualcomm deploy carrier aggregation and the latest 5G cell technology to achieve multi-gigabit speeds on a commercial smartphone connected to live 5G network
Lawyers for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange argue that he has been charged with political offences and cannot be legally extradited to the US under the US-UK extradition treaty
JFrog hops aboard a crowded CI/CD bandwagon, but its expertise in artifact and package management could appeal to security-conscious DevOps shops.
Digital unit for the National Health Service outlines achievements in areas such as the NHS App and artificial intelligence and gives clues about future milestones
EY study finds 5G investment set to soar among British businesses, but the majority are not confident in their organisations’ ability to deploy 5G
Cloud Snooper deploys a combination of specialised techniques to sneak past enterprise firewalls, warns Sophos
CodeTogether, a new development tool from Genuitec, empowers developers to collaborate on writing and debugging code to build applications as part of development teams.
Fake content delivery networks and ngrok servers are being pressed into service to obscure credit card skimming activities
Qumulo juices its file system with encryption, real-time security audits and other capabilities designed to position the scale-out NAS for denser, more complex workloads.
At an RSA Conference 2020 panel, Target explained how the company is using war gaming to simulate real attacks and data breaches in order to hone its incident response plan.
CISA Chief Christopher Krebs told RSA attendees he can't guarantee election security. Krebs also discussed CISA's efforts against Iranian hackers and ransomware attacks.
At HIMSS 2020, federal regulators' proposed interoperability rule will be the talk of the conference, whether it's been finalized or not.
Southeast Asian companies plan to spend more on infrastructure and cyber security, but the growth in IT budgets appears to be slowing down
Latest quarterly colocation market tracker data shows take-up of colocation capacity across major European hubs continues to hit record levels, leading to overflow demand in other places too
McAfee and Digital Guardian become the latest to roll out managed threat and response services
Billions of Wi-Fi chips used in IoT devices, laptops, smartphones and tablets are vulnerable to a serious vulnerability
Finland is making a course in basic artificial intelligence available to citizens of all European Union countries
Finnish comms tech provider beefs up comms network essential equipment offer with 4G, 5G end-to-end slicing
Lack of skills and complexities in rebuilding software for the cloud are among the main factors inhibiting cloud success
Local authority’s systems are still offline nearly three weeks after being attacked
State of 5G deployments report reveals that as of January 2020, commercial 5G networks have been deployed in 378 cities across 34 countries
Contracting groups describe HM Treasury’s highly anticipated review into the implementation of the IR35 reforms as “recklessly inadequate” as it concludes roll-out should proceed as planned
Connected car technology firm hits pedal with Cisco to solve data challenges of future autonomous vehicles
Swisscom, Telstra, Ooredoo and Play are among global service providers confirmed to use Ericsson Spectrum Sharing to launch 5G on a nationwide scale
Customers of Clearview AI, a controversial startup that scrapes and sells billions of photos of people from social media to police forces, have found themselves at the centre of a major data breach
The strategy will see a phased approach to the delivery of digitisation in the healthcare sector, with delivery kicking off this summer
More firms are starting to send staff home as the coronavirus continues to spread, but there are concerns their technology is not up to supporting more remote access
Security vendor becomes the latest to reach out to the managed services community as a way of increasing its SME business
A study found that more businesses are recognizing the need for intelligent data management. But pervasive data classification and education in the market are still needed.
IBM and its ecosystem partners are calling on developers worldwide to help develop innovative technologies to help combat climate change
The UK and the EU have published their divergent mandates for trade talks due to start on Monday 2 March 2020, and digital may emerge as a long-term terrain of dispute
During his RSA Conference keynote, CrowdStrike co-founder Dmitri Alperovitch explains why the U.S. Department of Justice's indictments against Chinese hackers has been effective.
The new VMware Advanced Security for Cloud Foundation binds the company's security offerings with other key VMware offerings such as Carbon Black and NSX.
A judge dismissed claims that Julian Assange’s vulnerable psychological state would prevent him from taking part in his extradition hearing to face espionage and computer misuse charges in the US
As Salesforce co-CEO Keith Block steps down, the CRM vendor acquires Vlocity to spur growth in healthcare, energy, media, government, financial services and insurance.
A new partnership between Infor and Snowflake will use BI tools from Birst, acquired by Infor in 2017, to enable users to build automated data warehouses on Snowflake.
At the RSA 2020 conference, experts said enterprise-class 5G services are years away. Obstacles include security and doubts about profitability.
Cornerstone's acquisition of Saba Software for $1.4 billion takes out a learning management competitor and gives it a boost of engineering talent to speed innovation, analysts say.
Kubernetes at the edge has emerged as an early stage trend among enterprises that want to push the boundaries of software automation.
The Aprimo Connector for Microsoft Office allows users to streamline data assets through a Templafy connector to applications like PowerPoint and Word.
Microsoft has decided to run a digital-only event after announcing it would not be at the Games Developer Conference in San Francisco
Finland and Southern California are worlds apart at first glance, but both are leaders in video game development. We find out why.
Vendor is the latest to react to the ongoing spread of coronavirus by opting to move its channel event to later in the year
Environmental group wants three of the public cloud market’s biggest players to stop selling their technology to oil and gas companies – but will they?
The coronavirus is having an impact on Workday, prompting cancellation of a sales meeting in Orlando and placing a greater reliance on its use of virtualization technology.
Minister says Post Office IT experts misled the government when it asked questions about subpostmasters’ concerns over Horizon IT system
Suppliers are being sought to support intended improvements to Student Loans Company's customer interface and technology estate
Contentful CEO Steve Sloan, who joined the company in November after leaving Twilio, discusses the release of App Framework, a bundle of APIs and workflow blueprints.
Following a swathe of high-profile ransomware attacks, the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre has made changes to its guidance, emphasising the importance of offline backups
Dell shares hopes of a turnaround on the server front over the coming year
Rubrik, which uses artificial intelligence in ransomware detection and governance offerings, bought additional AI technology for more proactive data management assistance.
The Snyk security vulnerability database brings an extra layer of protection to Rapid7 by helping developers find and fix vulnerabilities early in the software development process.
The third generation of Pure FlashArray//X includes a new 1 TB capacity DirectFlash module. Pure said the rollout completes its integration of NVMe flash on all arrays.
SADA Systems signed a multi-year agreement with Google Cloud and revealed plans to launch new offerings for Anthos, data warehouse modernization and Contact Center AI.
SearchSecurity has learned completion of the Sophos acquisition is imminent, though the endpoint security vendor says the deal has not officially closed.
Container software, namely Kubernetes, has become a staple of modern enterprise IT infrastructure -- here's what's coming next for the technology in 2020 and beyond.
Cisco, RingCentral and Fuze this month released or improved Microsoft Teams integrations.
The new program will align HP channel partners with the company's pivot to outcome-based and data-driven customer engagements, according to HP's chief commercial officer.
The announcement of Microsoft antivirus software Defender on Android and iOS caused some puzzlement, but experts said the move recognizes the current security landscape.
Four panelists discussed the ban on the world's largest telecommunications equipment manufacturer in relation to to supply chain risk.
Microsoft is aiming its new Windows 10X OS at dual-screen devices such as the Surface Neo, but it could have a big impact on the enterprise if its features migrate to mainline Windows.
Storage vendors with operations and suppliers in Asia are keeping close tabs on the coronavirus outbreak and possible impact on supply chains. Some vendors expect sales to suffer.
Experts at RSA 2020 said the United States and its allies have to solve trade disputes and combine resources to secure global 5G infrastructure against Chinese threats.